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Silent Retreat



“Days on retreat. Recollection in order to know God, to know yourself and thus to make progress. A necessary time for discovering where and how you should change your life. What should I do? What should I avoid?”               - Furrow, 177

A silent retreat is a great time to reflect on the past year, and to create some resolutions for the upcoming one.

The retreat consists of daily Mass, meditations, and talks on themes related to living the Christian life as a high school student. There will also be times for personal prayer and reflection, and the priest will be available for confession and spiritual direction.

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Workshops offer the opportunity to grow as an individual and strengthen work skills through various activities.

Throughout the weekend, there will be a series of talks aimed at impacting your personal and porfessional success. There will also be hands-on sessions that  will outline methods to transform life at home into a source of well-being. A group hike in the moutains will wrap up the weekend's events.

Next workshop: 

Be Real: Live in the Present Moment. 

May 19-21.

Register here. View poster




​Early bird: $100 (before April 19)

University: $115

High School: $100


Copper Ridge Conference Center


  • Starting time (approx): 7:30 PM, Friday

  • Ending time (approx): 2:00 PM, Sunday

Please bring:

  • sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries, towel

  • indoor shoes (for Oratory), outdoor shoes

  • notebook, rosary

Please do not bring:

  • sleeveless tops or shirts showing midriff

  • tight or transparent clothing

  • leggings (unless covered by a long top)

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